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COVID-19 Update - AIME moves online to support students

24 Mar 2020

The Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME), which typically engages face-to-face in classroom settings, will now deliver its services online through a YouTube series titled IMAGI-NATION {TV}.

The series launched on Monday 23 March 2020, and is hosted by Jack Manning Bancroft, CEO and Founder of AIME.

This means that students who have had their education interrupted by COVID-19 can continue to receive mentoring through YouTube.

The series will air at 12pm AEDT every weekday.

Audio files for the series will soon be available for students, parents and teachers who can’t get online. AIME are also working to produce resources to support this format.

AIME is a creative education program working to raise equality and more access to opportunities for marginalised youth. Since it was founded in 2005, AIME has worked with 39,000 Indigenous kids in Australia, who have achieved educational parity and beyond. 

To subscribe to IMAGI-NATION {TV}, head to aimementoring.com or AIME’s YouTube channel.

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